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Polaroid Color Film for 600 Color Frame (8 Sheets)
Polaroid Color Film for 600 Color Frame
Just like the Polaroid cameras from the ’80s and ’90s, our 600 film is a favorite for many. 600 film is the most common film for vintage cameras because it contains a small battery in every pack. Got a new camera? Don’t sweat it. 600 film works with our i-Type models too. You get 8 instant photos in every pack.
The fridge is your film’s best friend. Temperature affects how Polaroid film works. To keep your film in shape for shooting, we recommend storing it in the fridge (not the freezer) and allowing it to reach room temperature (13-28°C / 55-82°F) before loading it into your camera.
SHOOT WITH THE LIGHT
Whether you’re using natural sunlight or a studio set-up, always shoot with the light behind you, or to your side. If you face the camera into the light, your photos can end up dark and blown out. We also recommend to always use the flash to get great results — even if it’s a sunny day.
DEVELOP IN THE DARK
You need light to get the best photograph, but you need darkness to let it work its magic. When you take a photograph, thousands of chemical reactions take place within that small film frame. To get the best result, let your photograph develop face down in a warm area that’s shielded from light.